Ericsson got my nomination for “most impressive stand” with an exhibition presence that completely took over the entire Hall 5 with some quite unmistakeable Swedish design.
The mHealth area was no exception, under a “Phone Lines, Life Lines” slogan it used a “lit up blood bag” theme to convey the opportunity for Mobile Blood Analysis (pictured here behind Hajo van Beijma of Text to Change).
As well as demonstrations of the potential for remote infield microscopy using Cellscope style devices:
There were also lots of examples of online patient surveys being done through Ericssons Mobile Survey Tool, this sure sign of enlightenment can only lead to one thing… It won’t be long before they appreciate the need and benefits of more comprehensive and scientifically validated data sets.
Peter Hakansson, Senior Research Engineer at Ericsson, also contributed to a mHealth panel on the main conference programme. More here.
This blog post is part of a series of mHealth reviews from the Mobile World Congress 2010. Click here to get the full review.